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Les Echos (2023). La douleur, composante du bien-être. [Article]

 

The New York Times (2023). Why Americans feel more pain. [Article]

El Español (2023). Por qué te va a doler más la espalda si ganas menos dinero que tu vecino. [Article]

 

The Times (2023). The Times view on the gloominess sweeping the world: cheer up. [Article]

 

The Times (2023). Why is the world getting sadder?  [Article]

 

El País (2023). Emotional distress has increased worldwide over the past decade. [Article]

Business Insider (2023). Warum der Gehaltsvergleich mit anderen Arbeitskräften zu physischen Schmerzen führen kann. [Article]

 

Wire Service Canada (2023). What is emotional stress and why is it increasing around the world. [Article]

Open Access Government (2023). How income plays a part in your experience of physical pain. [Article]

 

Quotidiano Nazionale (2023). Una persona su tre soffre di qualche forma di dolore. [Article]

 

Medical Press (2023). Increase in emotional distress observed worldwide in 2020. [Article]

 

Gütsel Online (2023). Weniger Einkommen heißt mehr Schmerzen, Studie der City University of London hat Daten von 1,3 Millionen Personen aus 146 Ländern analysiert. [Article]

Merkur.de (2023). Gehaltsvergleich mit Kollegen kann zu körperlichen Schmerzen führen. [Article]

Mondiaal Nieuws (2023). Armer zijn dan je omgeving doet écht pijn  [Article]

Big Think (2023). Emotional distress is rising worldwide. Why? [Article]

 

Mediarun Search (2023). Sadness and stress are growing in the world, and the pandemic may have exacerbated the situation. [Article]

Physicians Weekly (2023). Increase in emotional distress observed worldwide in 2020. [Article]

Sciences et Avenir (2023). The feeling of distress is increasing all over the world, and it is not because of the Covid-19.  [Article]

Medical Press (2023). Governments should consider people’s pain a measure of a nation's wellbeing. [Article]

Vixio Regulation Intelligence (2022). Argentina's hyperinflation challenge.  [Article]

Harvard Business School (2022). When parents tell kids to ‘work hard,’ do they send the wrong message?[Article]

BBC (2022). Why criticism lasts longer than praise. [Article]

Psychology Today (2021). The surprising connection between pain and your pocketbook. [Article]

Forbes (2021). Physical pain fluctuates with economic conditions, suggests a new study. [Article]

Forbes (2019). The 10 happiest countries in the world, and how they got there. [Article]

The Telegraph (2019). You don't need a lot of money to be happy, as long as you're richer than your friends, study finds. [Article]

Tech Round (2019). Earning more than your peers buys more happiness in countries with a larger rich-poor divide. [Article]

Financial advisor (2019). It’s not how much you make, it’s how you rank among peers. [Article]

Finanzwelt (2019). Einkommensungleichheit fördert Zufriedenheit. [Article]

ANSA Latina (2019). La desconfianza ciudadana reina en Sudamérica. [Article]

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